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Celebrating history and culture at NC

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Celebrating history and culture at NC

Black Student Union set up a board challenging students to engage and acknowledge Black History Month at NC. Students have the opportunity to shine with artistic and creative skills, representing any black leader in history to show off the month’s meaning and significance. Writing a poem, a song, a video, or even dressing up as a meme, places a spot in the challenge. Tomahawk Today will feature the winning student.

Black Student Union set up a board challenging students to engage and acknowledge Black History Month at NC. Students have the opportunity to shine with artistic and creative skills, representing any black leader in history to show off the month’s meaning and significance. Writing a poem, a song, a video, or even dressing up as a meme, places a spot in the challenge. Tomahawk Today will feature the winning student.

Julyana Ayache

Black Student Union set up a board challenging students to engage and acknowledge Black History Month at NC. Students have the opportunity to shine with artistic and creative skills, representing any black leader in history to show off the month’s meaning and significance. Writing a poem, a song, a video, or even dressing up as a meme, places a spot in the challenge. Tomahawk Today will feature the winning student.

Julyana Ayache

Julyana Ayache

Black Student Union set up a board challenging students to engage and acknowledge Black History Month at NC. Students have the opportunity to shine with artistic and creative skills, representing any black leader in history to show off the month’s meaning and significance. Writing a poem, a song, a video, or even dressing up as a meme, places a spot in the challenge. Tomahawk Today will feature the winning student.

Julyana Ayache, Photographer

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Julyana Ayache begins her journey at The Chant in hopes of being introduced to the world of journalism. She aspires to be a news reporter and travel someday,...

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